Cummins Westport and the California Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition have begun testing a new low emissions engine in and around the nation’s largest port complex in Southern California.
A sweeping new clean air plan that will impact the trucking industry with sharp increases in diesel emissions reduction goals has been released by the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
New shipping options to the East Coast through the Panama Canal may influence the demand for regional and long-haul trucking.
Truckers protested labor practices at L.A. and Long Beach ports, claiming they are misclassified as independent contractors and denied employee benefits.
A growing number of West and East Coast cargo terminals are adopting second-generation services built on modern technology to schedule container pickups and deliveries.
Trade imbalances have stranded a surplus of shipping containers in some regions, prompting entrepreneurs to recycle them into housing, stores and micro-farms.
Financial cost proves too much for striking West Coast port truck drivers and they decide to end their job action Monday afternoon.
Truckers from several logistics companies at the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports walk off the job, accusing bosses of misclassifying them as independent contractors rather than employees.
An Oakland trucker designed a mobile app to help reduce the amount of time that drivers spend waiting in line for empty containers at marine terminal gates.
California air quality agencies will pour $23.6 million into low-emission and zero-emission trucks to clean up air pollution at state’s ports.